So, I've been thinking that I would like to set our St. Valentine's Day table with a bountiful floral arrangement that adds fragrance and beauty for our dinner, but also tells my hubby how much I care, too.
I'm not really into red, so I am going to experiment with two color stories: pinks and blues. For this post, I'm hoping to share inspiration with pinks.
Roses are always appropriate and certainly send a message of love. The rose-filled little teacups (below) are a terrific way to stage the table. This is a clever idea from Porter House Designs. Charming!
I would have to say that ranunculus is among my favorite flowers. There is no denying the beauty of the bouquets below posted by Lovely Little Details wedding bloggers Jacin and Pat.
Add some hyacinth and tulips (above left) to the ranunculus for a formal mixed bouquet, or let them shine solo in antique tins for casual elegance (above right).
You know, I have a vintage loving cup with the same tarnished finish as the vase above. Maybe I'll add some roses and bells along with my cherished ranunculus to create a romantic St. Valentine's Day feel like the mood set in this photo via Floral Verde.